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THE DAILY BEE Thursday Morning , Feb ? . Wontlmr Report. ( The following observations nre la ken r\l Iho mn moment l time i t n'l ' the sta tions named. ) Win DKMRIMIW , V. 8. SIO AL HmicK , ) OMUM.Polirmr.v 1 , 1SS2. (4ir. ( : p. ni. ) I The wile of reserved neat for "Fun on the Bristol , " started ( ill with n ] > ig boom this morning. Twci fiiimvr lmjrn whnciiina to the city and sot " little elf , " were discharged by Judge Hcnekc yentcrday. L Thu Hccnnd annual hall of the SUr of the Wctt I H | C , 1C , B. R. , takes plnco nt itandanl hall this owning. This is Orotind HOK Tiynnd jiidKitif ; fnnii laxt night's clear weather tlio animal will ho able to sco bin shiidow , Thi TIvoll presents a splendid appear ance nmv of e\cnings , when lighted up for xkatcr-1 , and it wax well patrnni/cd lo-st uiKht. Sc.iU for tin- concert if the Omahu Oleocbib concert , to tnkt- place February 20th , c n'lio rcn-rvwl on nnd after Fet > - rnnry 1"itli The river IH entered with iuu cutters and the wa nim laden with th 'cryxtallzud water may be necn on the Htrcet nt nil hourx nf the day. "Fun on the Itrihtol" U no popular-thai over one litmdiLil pontons riihhcd tn thu Ijiix olHce Tuesday nioniin ' , n day ahead oftiiiie , ti ( Kecure neats. C , ' Contractor Coots has liven calh-d homo to Detroit by n tclcjjraw nnnnuncliiK the fiiulik'ii death of hl mother , at the : ul- nnccd iitfe of cijbty-two ( yi-nrs. Mr. 'r. A. Kiinnnw , nf Omaha , wu niunicd to Mi x Mary Oddireidur , of Klk , , lioni , by .ludh'K Andvriton , nt the residence nf U. Knr.fman , .Tunuury 'lOtb. Thu CUMnf ( ii-nrgc ( Jrcen and Mii > . WcntherHfoiil , u'iiinst ( whom a c < iMpIaiut 'has been tiled for lUhtmbnncc of the peace in North Omahu , came up in police court Tlio Omaha Olee Club will at iU con vert on Feb. "Otli , give ono or two of the rousing old campaign nongx. This will draw a bigger crowd than all the rent of the programme , The los < ii-n by the dynamite explosion in the Rock Inland yard over the river last fall , aru preparing to take legal Hteps to compel the railroad udinpany to pay for all Mr. James Vcrklns , of tlio U. I Hbops , IB ojien for congratulationi. Ho In the proud father of a hey , the Mwcnth ad dilion to thin family , of xtnudaid weight -An old weather prophet predicts a Ytbruary markiil by frequent fallrt of rain and Know , in fact generally disagreeable. I foal 10 predicts a big Htorm in the next four or five dnys. Captain MarHh , who relumed ( rum the went on TnuHcuy , inude a lnwiness ' trip of loinnintercHt to thu city , Whil < ho was K ne liu mvoNtod about $10 000 in rolling H ock for the > trout railway lino. The Kausai Ctei > tiul roil way , a reeunt I acquisition of the Union L'auifio went into tbeo' ntrol of the latter yentcnlay , W. T. Kellcy. long a conductor on thu main line uteri ) upon bin now duties hmnodin'oly , K. M. Correll , formerly of the Hebron , Journal , dfllvciii u lecture tliis evening . on , itncn'd , Miitfrago before tbn Iiiiku'a . addition Ijcuum. Mr , Correll'H intentioiiH , nmybegood , but liin caiiM In execrable. Some tux-title pincliuser ultbout the fear of IUMXI-II befoiu hit cyc , bought the l > roivr.y | of the South Oniiiba M. 1C. lmix-b , wild on the li-t uf 7 ! ) and ' 80 , uhon church pmperty wan not lij\ablu , He will . get left. Thf petition tiled tvith tliu city clerk Tue lii > v aHkiug that the Ninth Omuhn newer be coinnieneiil at the riter , \\HN headed jiy Hon. J , J. Ilioun , anil with the Htrongent ever Kent in to any city council in Omaha , being nlgm > d by o er half the tax payer * of the city. The men injured by the accident neat Ft. Steelii Tueoiiay morning , weie Co dnctnr llobart and Urakfinen Hveleyf tht latlt.'rdTngi7uw licnirk after the cnllMon. Cgnduulor Ifiibart'i * Injurieu aio .iinf'coii' ' Kidvrwl dangt'ioiis. Thu I'MVIIIIUI on UK pay-tMi1 engine WUH Koniewhat hint , but not heiioiuly. Nn other pernun on tht .p-t.v-tialn UUH hurl beyond nllglit bruixcH At thin time ulicn there ate o many men out of employment it should both known by oil of them that their i n pleat- * ant reading room at the V. M. 0.A.iltli itajtei-H , nmga/ine * and library , f ml that tuoy art' cordially hulled to nmke line ol 1 It' . They will nUo find convenience * forth letter writing paper , pen and ink. Tin rooniH me OK'II | from K it. m , to ' . ) p. in , The ii-gu'.nr ' meeting of the Nortl Omaha lyreum will take place on Tliuin f day evening At the ncliool house In I.uke'i 1.addition , Omalm. The clidum of women * NUlfrage will be pienented by Mrn. Jliirrk' . H. lirnokH of thin city , and 12 , M , Oonol of Llneoln. Mr , Correll was "thu fathei f thoiblir before the Ncbia-iku legl lAtnn fur Hiiliiidttiiig the Milfragi1 anu'iidint'iit to t * jJJlP l > "l'li > i > f thei-tatr , * r Mr . Dorcs Luther , inother-ln-luw o Sir. ( Jen , I-ln-Jr , of IhU city , died at 11 UK f I , . m.Toji - JH , t. of < ; i'yi > lpel t. , ugnl II 'ytiat , The himbaud of the deceuhfd heat O -.J" proprietor of 4he Kumjifnu H- tel , at DefiMoinea , Iowa ; and a man of coutlder f JilJe Bian , yrf [ wumni'ontd y .tclfgrapl aud came at ouce. The reiaaliiu.were on cloned in a tnctulllc casket and iaheu U t.BejiMolBeson the Pock Iiland train las * * < ] ' aji/i Jj T. . . . , , . evening. Mra , Lutlior came to Oiuahi * eight duy ago on a visit and wae take ; : \ tick two dayi After her arriv * ) , THE PEST HOUSE PLAGUE A ; The Needs , of the Good Sisters of Mtrcy. Some Stutisticson the Value of Vaccination. Ono Now Civeo DovolotxKl In thla City , The ainters who so nobly volun teered their services at the small pox hospital are doin # a good work out there biitlind themselves bumpered in many ways. They had no Btovo for their own room until Tuesday and they report a scarcity of old linen for the patients , being compelled to use the mime linen over and over. This fact was announced to the sisters at St. Joseph's hos pital , but as they themselves are wanting in the same direction , they can do but little. There is scarcely a family in town that cannot send in a small contribution of old linen , and TIIK Jir.K is requested to say that , however small the amount may be , it will bo welcome. It may bo sent cither to St. Joseph's hosoital or to the ollico of lion. John A. Croighton , who will see that it roaches the proper parties. This is a inattor of great im portance to the nurses and to the sick , and it is hoped the public will rosponu to the request. TKI.EPHONKS. It seems that the hospital on the poor farm is to have no telephone , on account of the expense it would entail on the city. At present when the sisters want anything they have to write it down on a slip of paper and hand it out throuuh the window On it long pole. Supplfes that are taken out are deposited on the prairie at a long distance from the hospital. A telephone would ob viate much of this trouble und render constant communication between the nuraon and thu Sisters of St. Joseph's hospital possible. Uy the way , the latter , which 13 a public institution of great importance , should be furnished with a telephone. The city council should vote the hos pital ono and pay the expenses out of the city treasury. Ono of the sisters who went oift to the small pox hospital was taken sick yesterday and a substitute furnished for her. A NBW OASK. A man name IJull , who was em ployed at the Slayon House , went out to the pest house Tuesday night , having developed a mild case of small pox. pox.AH will be seen in the report of council proceedings , a committee has been appointed to investigate the con dition of affairs at the Slaven House , with a view to raising the quaran tine. VACCINATION. A physician who has given time ana attention to the dread disease , small pox , gives the following information in regard to the disease : Before the days of vaccination in England , from 1750 to 1800 , of every 1,000 deaths there wore 9G who died of small-pox. During the fifty years following , although vaccination was not compulsory , the death rate was thirty-five per thousand. In the coun tries where vaccination is more or less compulsory the rate per thousand deaths from small-pox , omitting fractions , wore : Westphalia , 0 ; Sax ony , 8 ; llheinishprovinces , U ; Austria , ( > ; IJohoniia , 'J ; Lombardy , 2 ; Venice , Sweden \ , 2 ; Bavaria , 2. In the British army and navy , where every soldier and sailor is vac ciliated , in 21,000 guards , during a period of twenty years , there were three deaths. At Gibraltar , in 44,011 soldiers , during the same period , there was ono death. In the West Indies the aggregate number of troops in twenty years was 80,000 , and not n soldier died of the suiull pox , although several epidemics prevailed. The English troops stationed for'the same nuinoor of years at Bermuda , Nova Scotia , Now Brunswick , and Capo of Good Hope , did not have a death from the disease , while the na lives died by hundreds. . Danish noldiorn and Bailers escapee while auvural epidemics prevailed Donmiirk. In the ninety-one yearn previous to vaccination , there wore eixty-tivo dia tinct epidemics of ainiill pox , and bin twelve epidemics since vaccination has been practiced. Aguiiij the protective power o vaccination ia shown in thej mildneae of the disease , aa compared will those not vaccinated , the death ruti boiii" , one-half of ono per cent tlu . security against death being almost absolute , while In the nnvaccinated the death rate ranges fnim fourteen to . fifty-live pur cent. * * ' ' PALSK AI.AHMr ' Dr. Meicur was called upon lust evening to go to the west bound emi - grant train , No , 8 , and see a nation , suspected of having the small pox Thu man , who was from New York proved to have the erysipelas on ) ; - and was consequently allowed to pass on. DO NOT UE DECEIVED. * In these times if quack medicine udvortiHomontH everywhere , it is truly gratifying to find ono remedy that ia worthy ot praise , and which really : does as recommended. Eloctriu Hit- torn , we can vouch for aa boitnj a true uiul reliable remedy , and ono that ' will do as recommended. Tlieyinvari- bly cures. Htmimchand liver complaints diseases of the Kidneys and Urinary dillicuHiesVo know whereof wo apeak , and can readily nay , give them a trial , Bold at fifty cunts a bottle by < hh * McMiihon (51) ( ) A Ploaaunt Trip , Mr , Joseph 'Hrussel , ono of the beat known young business inon in the city , lelt Tuesday afternoon for New York - city. Jlis trip will doubtless be of a veryjjpleAsnpt nature , as It has , for - him , the greatest object In the world , the obtainal of the hand o onu of the fair daughters of the metropolis , Mi&s Olga Calm , The wedding is sot for February 12th , and Sir. Brussol will rctuni in a few days thereafter to Omalm with his bride. An elegant residence awaits their coming , nnd the future Mrs. Hruaeol will bo moat cordially welcomed by the Inrtio circle of her husband's friends and acquaintances. Mr. Brussol has boon for ix number of years ono of the most valued and nopular employes of Mnx Meyer & wroa. , and deserves fully nil of the congratulations and well wishes that can bo extended him. ROUGHS AT IT AGAIN. Two .Assaults by Rowdies on Peaceable Citizens and a Woman. Throu Uohomlana Severely Punished by Street Brigands. The "street brigands" have boon keeping in the dark with their per formances for some weeks , by reason of bettor surveillance , and until yes- Tueidoy no act of rowdy outrage has been reported B'HICO the niauult on Charley Bauer and I'etor Foil , on Tenth street. On Monday night two assaults by roughs occurred in differ ent parts of tlio city. Three Bohe mians , of whom two wore brothers , named Sajnoat , and the other ono Podolak wore proceeding quietly along Thirteenth street , in the vicinity of Jones , when they were met by n num ber of young men , who insulted them , Ono of the Bohemians replied Bom - tliiiiR , at which the gang declared genoralhostiliticsand | overpowered the three men before they could escape or assistance could got to the spot. In the molco , winch was not more than two minutes' duration , the Bohemi ans were all severely handled. Ono nf the Sajnoits had a collar bono broken and the other ono was stabbed twice in Ihe aide , but not fatally. All throe were also bruised in the face. Their assailants lied as soon as men were heard running to the BCCIIU and luivo not been seen since. The darkness prevented any of them being - ing recognized. ANOTIIKIt AHSAULT occurred on the corner of Fourteenth and Davenport streets about nine o'clock. Three young men attempt ed to force their way into a small house occupied by a woman named Simpson. She throw n pail of water ver them , for which they etaliated by bursting the door 11 and one of them ummelod her in the face. This caua- d her to uj.ter terrific cries , which ailed a neighbor , named E. S. Grif- th , to the rescue. Griflith attacked lie woman's assailants und tompoarily rove thorn off. Afterwards the oung roughs returned and mndo nn asault on Grilliths. Ho defended imsolf aa well as ho could , but was rmsidcrably worsted in the encounter , no of the assailants struck him in 10 face with some hard weapon and at a dovoro gash. Griffiths will have nom Arrested as soon as they can bo ound. These exhibitions of lawlessness ro bo wiling too frequent , and point lost suggestively to the inadequacy f the police force in the city. The icaU are too long , and , with the most conscientious of service , the fiicoro are unable to bo on hand manyttimes when their services are locessary and could prove effective. FUN ON THE BRISTOL 'be ' Entertainment at Boyd'e Opera House Friday and Saturday. On Friday and Saturday oven ings f thin week and in a Saturday after loon matinee , the "Fun on the Jristol" party appears at Boyd's ) pora House. The Loavcnworth Times of January 31st says : Ono of the happiest audiences that ms over assembled at the now opera iiouso was present last evening to iioar "Fun on the Bristol. " As ia isual , whenever The Times promises ; ho people of Loavonworth nn entertainment worthy of patronage , the house was crowded throughout , ind it is fair to say that not a single ono of the countless comical situa tions , witty sayings and pointed puns were lost upon the vast audience ; scarcely had one happy burnt of laughter died away until it was sue cooded by another. The company were nil in splendid shape , and in thu grand musical olio in the second act the participants were encored repeat edly. There isn't any particular plot in "Fun on the Bristol ; " it is only in tended to make people laugh , and as such it ia a brilliant success ; and to Meagre. Jarrett and TUco , tlio pro prietors of the company , and Mr. Corydon T. Craig , manager of the St Joseph opera house , to whoao enter prise ia duo the fact that "Fun on the Bristol" appears in Missouri valley towns , Loavonworth returns thanks for last evening's thorough enjoy ment , Honor to Whom Honor la Duo. To the Kdltor of The Onialu llee. I desire to return ( hanks to the following named gentleman for their kindness to me as a missionary to the poor , as well as for their cheerful and liberal donations for the relief of aaiek and destitute family on last Monday. As Mr.Vm. . Gentleman had given me a donation of groceries on last Saturday for this family. I wont to his store and bought groceries to the full amount received. The following wore the contributors : Dr. 0. S. Wood A. I'olack Webster Snyder Julius Meyers Frank llauigo T. J. Beard Mr. Rood Mr. Bliss M. Hollman & Go L. B. Williams \V. T Seaman Thomas Swift OLIVIA H , CohSLKV , Missionary , OMAHA Jan. 31 188'J. Two Organ * . first the stomach , second thu liver ; especially the first , so us to perform their functions perfectly , and will remove at least ninnteun-twonti- L etlia ol all the ills that mankind ia heir to , in this or any other climate. ) Hop Bitten is the only thing thai will giyp perfectly healthy natural actions in thtwo two organs , Maine Fanner. f-1-10 SIXTY-SIX , The Number ot Liquor Dealers Who Have Token Out License. Homo Now and Old Talk ConcomlnK the Liquor Dealers und Their Permits. "There is the hut man who lookout a liquor license , " said City Clerk Jowott Tuesday , as ono of the well- known citizens of the First ward went out of the ollico. " "That makes sixty- six in all , " continued the oQicial , "without the drug stores , of whinh there are cloven in the list , " "Sixty-six are more than it was sup posed would take out the license , are they not ! " was asked of another city official. "Yen , " ho replied , "tho uuinbor is greater than I nupposed it would bo. But I think there will bo more of them still after the first of April. " . "Why so ! " "Because there is nothing to pre vent them from taking the licenses for any length of time they choose and there are a good many fellows who will open up and take their chaiicoa on being closed. There is nothing , according to the city attorney , in the Slocumb law or ordinance which pre vents a man from taking out a license for any portion of a year that ho chooses , providing that ho complies with all the requirements , such as filing application , advertising in the papers , etc. This will allow many dealers , you sec , who can't ' raise a thousand dollars but can got the bonds , to take out their licenses monthly and pay their money pro rata. " "What will be the eil'ect of a de cision in favor of Henry Siort us manager of the Farmers' association , if such a decision should bo ren dered ! " "It would have the effect of open ing farmers' alliances or something of that kind in most of the places that are now shut up , and practically thu purpose of the ordinance would be destroyed. Tlio better class of liquor dealers are anxious that Siort should bo closed up because they feel that they are obliged to pay § 1,000 a year for a piivilcyo that ho , by a little evasion , is getting for nothing. But it is pretty sure that ho will bo closed , in my opinion. " The general feeling of the saloon men seems to be that the number of dealers will bo increased in the spring to about seventy-five , and- that this will bo the limft. "Pi. " Josh Billings Kiyn : "Thare aint no pi in natral liintry that lui/ been et more , and thot more oft than apple p ! , and no medicin kail < .ure imligestun nnd trillouse- ness haf eo wel as SruiMl Bl.oshOM. " Price 50 cents , trial bottles 10 cents. 3j-lw A PROTEST. Which Is Entered Against the Ag gressive Policy of the U. P. The following is the full text of the petition referred to in the council proceedings against the ordinance granting the U. P. the right of way on Jackson street : To the Honnblo Major and City Council of the City of Omaha : The Omaha & Southwestern rail road company and the Burlington & Missouri River railroad company in Nebraska would respectfully and earnestly remonstrate and protest against the passage of any ordinance granting to the Union Pacific com pany any right of way privileges in Jackson- street between Sixth and Ninth streets in the city of Omaha And as grounds for this remon strance those companies doom it proper to call the attention of the city council to a few important facts : The Omaha & Southwestern rail road company has been leased to the Burlington & Missouri Iliver railroad company in Nebraska for ninety-nine years , and the latter company is oper ating tlic same in connection with its own lines of road , amounting to about ,200 miles of road. That the latter oad has boon consolidated with the 3hiaigoBurlingtoiufcQuincy railroad , he whole of said consolidated lin s uf road being over 4,000 miles of oadway and operating in six differ- mt states. These companies have long rocog- iiod the vast and increasing commer cial Importance'of the city of Omaha , ind nre seeking to obtain terminal fa cilities for said lines , of road in said city , nnd have already purchased and condemned grounds for such purpose ntlin oity.northof and abutting upon Tackson street , at an expense el over 150,000 , which amount is but sinal1 > ortion of the total coat that will im nodiately bo expended' in putting tin ; rounds in proper shape and erecting ; lie necessary buildings. The Onion Pacific railway already iaa privileges upon and occupies all .ho parallel streets south of Jacksoi o Pacific , including Jones , Leaven worth , Marcy and Mason , and the al oy south of Jackson. It would seem that the nucessities of the company cannot demand priv- legos on Jackson street in addition to what it already has , and certainly not as against the undersigned compa nies whoso depot grounds abut on said street. It is respectfully su irested whether the fact that the Union Pacific rail way company suddenly demand privi leges on Jackson street within three days after the condemnation of depot grounds by the undersigned does not indicate the purpose to injure the trafllc facilities ot the undersigned companies rather than to subserve the necessity of its own. It is further shown that the inter est of said city OB well as of those companies demand that they have , right of way on Jackson street , upon which their depot grounds abut , w order to reach the warehouses and elevators located and to bo located in the vicinity of their grounds rather than that the same should bo granted to an opposing company to bo used in injuring ' and crippling the facilities < ol \ \ the undersigned in competing for a fair share of the traffic of this city. ( Signed ) Burlington & Missouri Ilivor Hail- road in Nebraska nnd Omaha it Southwcatcrn llailroad , by G. W. HOLDIUUHJK , General Superintendent. PERSONAL J. K , Kedmaii , of Kawlint , U in the olty. ftcorgo A. 1'erclvnl , of Central City , la in town. L. F. Hilton , of the IJlair 1'llot , Is in the city. Frank Ireland , K q. , of Nebraska City , in In town. Cnut. W. W. Marsh returned yesterday from a trip east , K. K. Corbin , of Lincoln , arrived In the city lint evening. Hon. John A. Cielghlon and wife have returned from Ohio , Frank Ifnrrlmnn imd A. Ciwletter , of Blair , ate in the city. Win. A. Paxton returned yeste-day from a trip to Chicago. W. Johnson , of Wood IJiver , arrived in the city last evening. Walter S. Walsh , of Colum'nts , isrcf- intered at the Creightou. Patrick Barrett , of Green Hivcr , ar rived in the city yesterday. John J. Cummings , of Denver , is in the cite , n guest at the Cnnfield. W. If. B. Stout , of Linco'n ' , is in the ity , rcglstcicd at the Witlmell. H. \ \ . Child , of MnHUmi , nrrived nn yesterday's trnin from t o west. Councilman Dclnne VM among tlie ur- rivals from the east hut evciiiti' , ' . Gen. J. M.ThiijerM in the city lust night nnd left for the west to-d.iy. W. K. Bacon and wife , of ( ii..nd laknd , are guests ut the Witlmell. Miss Maggie A. Uilllkcr , of Itcd Oak , IH in Omtihn , visiting Mrs. Nora Hill. W C. Wentz nnd K. S , Nisoon , of Au era , arrived In Omaha yesterday. Lieutenant Torrey , of Fort DouglaxR , arrived in the ci'y last evening with n prisoner. H. T. Crowell aud Mi-s Kutif Hammond mend , of Cherokee , are regi tered at the Witlmell. J , Van A. Carter aud wife , of Ennaton , W. T , , me in the city. They are stopping at the Withue'l. ' Mr. J. A 'futile , of tlio 11. & M. , liaa accjpted a p'initien as bookkeeper for A. L. Strang , of this citv. 1' red. Knight and his titter left thm morning for Port It y.il , South Carolina , to spend the remainder nf the winter. Hon. James Steplieiisnn ha1 * returned from an extended trip to New York , Washington and othercastern cities. Mr. Hellman , brother of M. Hellman , of this city , c.imo in from Cheyenne yes terday : He went east on a brief visit. Gov. Gere , of Iowa , Hon. Win. Hale and Capt. Lucan , went west to-day to Colorado , to look after sOine mining mat ters. ters.Chas. Chas. G. Wilson , Clayton Wood , Martha Deaver and Margaret Deaver , compose a pleasant party at the Creigbton , from Blair. John Steen , postmaster at Wahoo.ia in khe city and with S. H. fvirnberger , from th * same place , is registered at the Crcighton J. W. Deal , assistant general ha-gage agent of the U. P. railway , with head quarters at Kansas City , warin Omaha yesterday. Ira Wilson , landlord of the Metropoli tan hotel , left for Denver last evening to > negotiate for the leasing of ono of the large hotels in that city- . Major Clarkson , ex-president of the Board of Agriculture , of Schtiyler , came In on yesterday's train from the west. He made a biief stay in. the city. Messrs Frank anil Fred. Dellone h live returned from Pennsylvania , where they have been visiting thfir old home and friends. They have been nbnent about three weeks , A. H. Church , of North Pluttc ; II. A. and John Waterman , of Plattsmonthv Chas. L. Burke mid wife , of Grand Is land ; F. C. Do pc , of Wood River ; 'and , San F. Kritiuubauin , ol Geneva , are among the rejistrie * yesterday at tht ) Can- field houso. Jim Stephen-son returned yesterday from Washington , where he lias been looking after hi * mail contractHo states that the capital Is IM lively ai it can be , nnd that with McBride of Lincoln and ono or two gentlemen from this city he managed to sco some interesting points. He Hat near Gulteau while the aBaamnn was deliv ering his two hour speech , Judso A. II. Cliurh , of The Nortt Platte Nebrasklan , came up from Lincoln lost evening und-took the Heaver train forborne Ho Hays that Nor ill Platte ii booming. During the building season o ; 1881 over ono hundred dwellings weie erected , besides Imlf a dozen brick etori buildings and an Odd Fellows' hall Building operations for the coming woaaon will ba greater , one item being a new ho tel to be put up by an Omaha capi alist , work on which will begin in a few weeks , "ROUr.H ON RATS , " The thing desired found nt la.it. Auk druggist for "Rough on Rats. " It clears out rata , mice , ronchus , Mien , bed Iniga ; ] 5o boxes (1) ( ) iCONFERENCE CLOSED. A SuccoaafUl Sosalon and a Uirtro At tendance. The aumi-annual eonfert'iieu of the directing board and esocutivo com- inittco of tlio Swedish Evangelical Lutheran Mission , closed with P ser mon at the Academy cf Music Tuesday aV. day , by the i'rcaidont , llov. 0. V.CO Bjork. There was a larfio attendance and great intoreftt manifested. The majority of the ministers in at tendance loft yesterday for homo. Among the most important buainosa transactions at the conference was the resolution to purchase , as soon as pos - sible , Bomo church property in Omaha. Some investigation as to desivftblo property for uch an object was mode , bat without rnctical re suits. It ia stated that ( ho largest S trodish congregations over assembled in this country wore those which attended at the Academy during the meetings of thot past few days , the success of which has been beyond nil expecta tion. There arc about 0,000 Scandi navians in Omaha , or one-sixth of the population of Omaha. The cnso of Mm. Barney Shannon came up in the police conrt Tuesday afternoon. Mr * . Shannon , through Walter Dennett , Knq. , her attorney , motcd the court that the complaint be dlsmtacd for the reason that the Slocumb law docs not mhke it a crime to sell Intoxicating liquors on Sunday , nn 1 that the defendant coulil not be held for n violation of the ortU. nances of the city of Omaha , bocaino the accused wan arrested under a state com plaint. Judge Beneke hold that the points were well taken and dismissed the com plaint , Too Fastidious Some would-be Byrcns look on with disgust At ihe rhymes of Eclcctrlc Oil " | , oct ; " But wo have- the belt article hnown to the xvorld , And intend that all peirous shall know it. It cures couili ? , colds , asthma and catarrh , Bp-nchltls and complaints of that kind ; It does riot co.t much , though rheumatic * it cures. 'Tls the best Oil in the world you c.iu find. 30-1 w Forty years' trial on proven "BLACK- DRAUGHT" the best liver medicine hi tiiu world. GROCERIES , Now Stock , Fresh Goods , fine line , corner 13th and Web ator streets , II. G. KRAUSE. eiDe Meyer's CATARRH CURE. . The antidotal theory , now admitted to bo the only treatment which-will eradicate Catarrhal - rhal Poison. liui. Olios. H. Taylor , HONoblo street , Brook lyn , N. Y. : "One pacKage effected a radical cure. " Rev. Oco. A. Uuis , CobksklU , Scboharlo. Co. , K , Y. : ' 'It restored mo to uiy ministerial la bors. ' ? Rev. W. II. Siimner , Frwlericli. Md. : 'Tne results.ln six cases In uiy family. " Ret. Oco K. Pratt , St. Stephen's Hectory , I'hla. : "Quito wonderful ; let me distribute jour 'Treat ! e , " Chas. II , Stinhope , Newport , H. 1. : ' I wns too ileat to hear thochuteh b < ll8 rlnj ; ; hearing restored. " Oeorgu W. Uuilirlith' , 73 Will strict , nalti- uioro , JId. : "Suffered 0 years ; perfectly cured. " Mrs. .M. E. Shcnncy , 3122 S.vah street , St. Louia : "The first natural brc-ith In 0 years- " Mrs. J. W. I'nrccll , Golden City , Col. : ' 'Used only ne package ; entirely urtd ; suffered 24 years. " Dr. F. N. Clark , Dentist. 8 Montgomery street , Sin Francisco : "duffcrcd lu 3 cars ; perfectly cured , " etc. Dr. Wei Do Meyer's Popular "TREATISE" on Catar h mallei ) free. The great Cure is de livered b > DrngKijts , or by D. B. Dewey & Co , , 182 Fulton street , New York Sfor I 00 , mon wcd-frl&sat&wc kcow SPECIAL NOTICES. fO LOAN MONtY. ONEY TO LOAN Collet LawOtnceo M L.Thomas Room8 Creiihton Block. ( SKA QA A To loan at from 8 to 10 per cent Dtl/.DU"/ good real ofltatcsecurlty , by DR. ISAAC EDWARDS 1109 Farnham St. TO LOAN At 8 per centln < tercst In aumsof $2,600 and upwards , for 3 to 6 years , on Qrst-clasa city and farm property. Bums HKAL ESTATH and IXIAN AOKNCT. 15th and Doiiclas Sts HELP WANTED. By a respectable person a situa tion aa second uirl in a quiet family. Ad < dress E. T. A. , 1613. 60-3 * To purchase a dwelling hou o In WANTED . 1 hi : situation must bo desirable , the house comma ions ami the price reasonable ; Addre I. C. Klngman , room 21 , Stran 'r building , -3lty. 48-2" ANTED Laborers to work In ice. v * Jl.Si ) p r day. Apply on river one mile- south of Ho\n' packing hou-w. BVN. MATSON , Korcman. 47-1' "I'XT'ANTED'-A situation in a groceiy or boot YY ami fhoo house , by a joniit , ' uian withcx- porlenceln both. AddrcsaV/ . , Hcuollice. 631 * Girl for L'cncial houaeworK ; Ger man preferred. Knqitirc at COS S. 17th St. 39-tf VV nccomniodatcd with flrtit-clo-sa table board at $4.00 porwcek , 1403 Capitol men lie , bet. llth anil IStll. 41-n MRS. 110SS. 'ANTKD A tarriajo pabtcr at SimpnonV W carriage foctorv , lld-nnd 1111 Dodge St. 44-4 To inform the public that I have WAFTEP to J. Galinsby & Co. my rag ar.d metal business , but only rcn&d the -wno for a short pericJ. All kincH .uf poods In the junk line will be handled by inn at ni ) new place of Duel nuns , coiner 10th and lltnicy St . 11 , llcrt- hold.propriator Omaha Iron and Mutal Yard. 7-tt > -GIrl Iramefatcly , at 1703 Collfor WANTEl . ; must be good cook , washer and Ironcr. None other need apply. 3tf Employmmil I ) } woman cook. WANTED 11. Slainwcilir , employment Agt. llth St. , near Fnrnham. M-l' Employment bj a younj ; man in WANTED Aply ] J . Mannweiller , Employ ment Agent , llth at. , neat Farnham. 31-1 * "VJtTANTKD To exenamte lor city > V M or Hi Hires of good farm land linprct cd , with i'mbur ' and running water. Situated In. York eountv , 4 miles from railroad town. AU , J. Uluctt , 1715 IrJril St. , Omaha. 21-3'eod. WA luaiicnt slluation ; , willing to tuke hounf anUhlni ; . licet of rcformicc. Address h. , ' - olllic. 2 < TT' ANTED A coed noruan rook , Inqu'.ru at \ \ Mrs. McOy , on. . 1'ovplcton a\enue , bet. .20th turn 22ud street. 16--i' < VNTKU rirtvtl MvooK , ono wi.o uudir > bt.iiidti meat coojlnitaa w ell as pastry none but Cut-class need apply. Alto a good boy an waittr. Apply nt lllfcl'Mi J > imt Bftfl-eodl To \ > 'tt. a , BOU'e and lot. or two WANTED on oru Ufc tw iMV" * IWt * / bctvxwu 14th aiukSSilntreeU , bc' rc March lit. Lcwe word at tl > o S. E. cor , of Howard and 8th. & - ! _ \irA.STbD-A good airl for general ! house YY , work , Uuei" ll girl to lake , rare of a baby. ' Inquire icithweit ' corner 23d and Hurt a cet. Wt-tl T ANTKD Fundlnir bridge 4114cimu uui. W II. T. OtatU ndlt-vue. "Ji- PANTKJV To irnt a cluBlriWe ilttrH'n ' houiHt. Aildrra lo40 ! , Clyi ! ) TI t ! , WANTED A Jew MM boanun ran bo ac- couuioilntcit * Hh tlrjw-cU K tabl - n very rtwonablo rate , Inquirf-a. 125 Howard , between 9th anil 10th > t . fiSStf w ANTED t children as lenders In t ccTect school , at 19th and Oali/ornU St U. Ii , > OMI8 _ . 7fi7.tl FOR RENT HOUSES AND LAND. FOU KENT KurnUlioit ( rout room , N. K coT , Stli ami JaekfcOn. 52-11 ll KENT One l rf * front room , lurnUhotl , for two Kentlmiun , 1615 Chicago St. 55-2 fTWl HE.NT Douotan place , touthuid ol ISth .1. Btreut , Omaha , tulUblo ( or vegetable gar- dc-.i ; a ( rood house with cittern , filter , ii' . , good v.ell and barn , a bearing orchard about COO buor. Ing gripe \ IncK , a large amount ol cooseUtry and mrrant tm hc , &c. , fcc. Kor term * anil coudl. tioni apply at the Crelghton Houw. 12-U R IlENT-Furoiehtd room , inquire H28 jKkioo.St. 33-tl SPECIAL HOTIOBS-Oontlnued house , Troonu. 36lrTin * Ifclc uo9t. 334' KENT Ten Bern hnd lth houw , three J FOK from city on Military roa < l. Am > lj f oJ.M.huly. . 28-8 ' Jf F OH RENT Iloonn In Jncotu' block.093tf J' JIOK HKNT oem iinrlAj fumlnlicil , Capta i cmic , hct. 17th nnil Ibth , poulh tide. J10H UK.NT NIC ly furnished rooms. at 1016 Chicago St. 17 II EOKHKNT llouto of fight toonn. . . . . , _ J. I'hlpus lloc , 1512 8. Filth St. P77-tt 7T"OK RENT Feb. 1st , eommodlotrs brick reel- jU dcncc , corner 19th and r'arnli.im Sts. Ap ply to Mrs K. A. Ittncr , Tabor , Frraont Co , loua. Inference * desired. Ml t < "T710R KENT Ono of the best stores on rumlng L1 St. 20x21 , hv January 1 , 1882. B'Jfi tf IJ10H HKNT X furnishuii roonii. ovui nil .L chnnU'Kxch ngeN. B cor.-lBth and Dod * . street * . g8fl.lt FOll HUNT Nicely furnished rooms with or without board. Reasonable prices. 2018 CAM St. 769-tf FOR RENT Furnished rooms , north elda oJ California St. , 2d door west ol 21st. Inqulrr ajter 1 p. m. 43).tf PQR BALE "ITlOUSALr. A flrst chss phaeton. Enquire ak JJ 1310 Hnrncy St. CI-3 Foil SALII Soucrkrout by the barrel , cheiip ; cr fill. 40o , at Durham Meat Market. 13th St. , bet. , Douglas And Dodge , 54-14 TCOll SAI.K Car Ian I of horses and mulon , at J ? Dlllrancc's Bale stables , 210 S , 10th St. 411 2 ORSALKORUKNT-A good paying busi- _ ness , suitable for any one ' Kent " $5 IKT month , tiood location. Terms moderate. Ad- 'Business , " liecotlicc. 20- FOR SAIiE House , 7 rooms , closet , cislvrn , well tmd lot ; 003 N. l th St. 32.4' FOR SA1.K Oood will and futures of a first- class saloon und lillllard hall , Bituat < l In the town of Do Witt , Clinton Co. , la. Will lento .he building for a term of fl\o jcjir. Consist- ng of 9 large bar-room and duelling roorrw. The best location In the city. The place has jet n doing a. One business for ton yearn , Alee a arifulcc liouie filled with Ice. Address Mrs. W. Kadoch , Do Witt , Clinton Co. , la. 22 < itwlt TjlOU SAIiK Ilousonnd full lot In Jj tlon , cheap. 1'ricc , # 1260. Easy tcnro. SIcCAOt'K , Opp | iwt otlicc. 16U . Ur-stbulMlmrlot In Slilnn'a ad EOKS.tlK dition,142 feet cast front by IZWfeet depth. JkCAOUK , Opp. post olllcc. 14 tf ' pell SALE , CHEAP-Engliicer's toold ; com- Jj prising of a theodolite and apparatus , lo- qulro of V. IX , 20" S. 13th bt. 10-U EOIl SAI.i : A % good bujt ; ? ' ' .tal > lofor a Ifldy to dri\o. Inquire No. HOJ'Howird s reel. PTS-J I710K SALK 1 sorrel' utolllon , Clydesdale , 8 Jj yearn old , wclsninjr-16(30 ( pounds. 1 black ntalllon , J Norman A Morgan , 5 yearsoldr wcleh- in ; , ' HiW pounds , tcok'flrstirrruiuni At Xihraska ( state fair , 1881. 1 Kentucky Jack , black , Huighlnt , ' nbout DCO iHJiinda , 4 ycAraold , took t prcmhini at Kcbra kn State Fair , 1SSO and 1881. Inquire of Chis. Nrhcr , Farmeru lloiwe Cil v. 033-tf "TT10R 8ALEFour bectloim of ehchins ; and 8 jy ( food counlen. Ininlrs at D W. Soxo , Jper.i lloiijc rhannaey. 027-tf SAI.K Oil IIENT V grocer ) toroou4. Jj butiberBliop , business. In < qnir > at thin oiUcu. 012-tf Oi ; SALE 2 nice countcrod 2 silver plated- show cases , at Oca. II. I'MciBOn'a , 801 South 10th St. 741-tf SALE Or will excha ? for Omaha pr - FOR , an Improved sec oiiofland ad join- ng a. station on U. P. R. R , If. DUNHAM. 141 ! ' FamhamSt. , Omaha. 72U8ai SALE Or trade for cl ! > 5 projicrty. on FOR of horses , harness and wnjroti , Addr 8. Y. , thlBOfliCo 722 tf IOR SALE A good seven-year-old horse F Warranted to drive single cr double Hn quire of George Canlleld , Canflol * hoaso. novl3-tf UlUh. FOtt B 203-tf ESTABKOOK K i < Oh MISCELLANEOUS. N On January 24 , "lart eorrcl borsv STRAVED years old , braudcd with "L"i n the right tboulihr. The person taken up the aame will please return to 809 Dodte ) , an * I will pay all reasonable charges. .M. A. I VODLK. 67-4 * mAKEN Uff Sorrel ponj : cishS' eirs old , JL Nelson'o addition. Inquire North Omaha- laundry. W. PIERCE. 50-7" TTIGHESTPRICE paid for all kinds of Iron. Ill' metal and rags , by 1. Oalin3ky&-Co. , 1029 Douglas St. 49-lm LOST New pocket-book between poet office * j and Lane B grocery store , contMninjf olxrat S 0. The finder please leave at Dee ortlce , ' " t o owner will pay rcuard of $10. 3" IIF.NT S. W. Cor. JD lth and Davenport bt. 99S-U WO KUIINISHED ROOMS FOR SENT m- quire at Ho9p ' Art Emporium , 1M9 Dodge Btrrct. ( MKNT OF SMALL BUSINESS MANA(3 > > y experienced man. Eai&ll salary. 1' . O. Box 602 City. 9Q8.tf UTS Fdnthencxt SO'IAJS. we will , on the SHI receipt of Kty cents , eendlto any address , postpaid , oiv > of our uiilaundrcd dress Shirts. I'oBlthey ) Ofilyoin Shirt sent to on nldroas. KUUKKA SHlKTCO. . 040.1m Mogolllc8 , 111. 171UKNI8I1KP ROOMS Within tVrj ' blocks of Jj postollhKi. IiiHUlroatlSlODc-Jje- OUHN1SI1ED ROOMS For Blng'.atsentlcmen : Jj also one front loom with piaao , ouUiwc t corner Ifith and Capital avenue. SOfl-U NEW CITY MAPS , lOe. Mounto B Maps , 82.60. OEO. P. BEMIS. - IH CHA1ON 1'Boale and Oil , POKTK-kira painting. MRS. D. R. WARDNER , room 1 , Jacob's Blorit. 642-tf BOOM See 1st page. B1 ALEl ) HAY At A. H. Sam/'a ! Keod Store ! B 1013 Ilarncy St. s9-tf EMIS' REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE. 8 B Ut page. EDWAKD KUEIIL MAOIBTER OF PAU1YBTER7 ANDfCONDI T10NALIST , 4E8 TcnUi StreetIjetween Fariib&ui. aiidllainey. Will , 'A'ltli the aid of guardian , spirits , obtain lor mi ; onongfcuco at the ptuii anil present , f.ion c crtain rojdltionj In the fu lure. Boot * tnd she cs made to ; rder. I'orfecV ' ' ictlcn cu no > jed POWDER Absolutely Pure. This powder nejer mlw. A mtrvrl ol ruritv. BtrenifthandwholcaonientBs. Jlor * eeoiXuinal than thei ordinary kinds , and cannot be boU lu competitioni with the .multitude . o | low Uat. bert weight , alum or phon > b te nowden Bold . only m can KOYAL BAKING , POWDER CO , , '